Explore the library

Web Resources are collections of online resources which have been selected and evaluated by subject specialists so they are excellent places to find information relating to Gender Studies on the Internet.

  • ELDIS - on global development challenges
    Eldis supports free and open access to useful and relevant research on global development challenges.
  • Equality & Justice Alliance Programme, Royal Commonwealth Society
    As part of the Equality & Justice Alliance programme, the Royal Commonwealth Society has luanched a series of research reports containing primary research into various aspects of action to combat discrimination against women and girls and those of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities in multiple global south Commonwealth countries.
  • The Somerset Archive, Royal Society of Medicine
    The transgender archive of the late Dr Georgina Somerset is a collection of articles, reprints and books on transgender and related sexual health issues kindly donated to the Royal Society of Medicine’s Library as a bequest in 2014.
  • The Women’s Library, LSE
    The Women’s Library collection tells the story of the campaign for women’s rights and women’s equality from the beginnings of the suffrage movement to the present day. The collection includes UNESCO-recognised documents, rare books, and objects such as original suffrage banners. The majority of the material dates from the late 19th century to present day and the focus is mainly UK.